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Product images of The Royal Opening of the National Maritime Museum, 1937
Product details The Royal Opening of the National Maritime Museum, 1937
The Royal Opening of the National Maritime Museum, 1937
King George VI speaking in Neptune Hall during the formal opening of the National Maritime Museum on 27 April 1937. Seated, from the left, are Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II since 1952), Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary (widow of King George V).
- Image ref: H1082
- National Maritime Museum